AUGUSTA – The Maine Senate voted against a series of abortion-related measures on Wednesday, following similar action in the House, effectively killing the proposals.

The Senate voted without debate on three bills that would have required women seeking abortions to wait 24 hours, read state-issued information about the procedure and require minors to get parental consent.

Senators also briefly debated a measure that would have eliminated the ability for transgender people to sue based on discrimination if they are denied use of their preferred restroom. Lawmakers then voted 23 to 11 against the proposal, in agreement with the House, killing the measure.